1992 Grammy Awards
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|1992 Grammy Awards|
|Date||February 25, 1992|
|Location||Radio City Music Hall, New York City|
The 1992 (or 34th) Grammy Awards were held on February 25, 1992. They recognized accomplishments by musicians from the previous year (1991). Natalie Cole was the big winner winning three awards including Album of the Year.
- Record of the Year
- Song of the Year
- Best Traditional Blues Album
- B. B. King for Live at the Apollo
- Best Contemporary Blues Album
- Buddy Guy for Damn Right, I've Got the Blues
- Best Album for Children
- Best Orchestral Performance
- Best Classical Vocal Soloist
- Best Opera Recording
- Best Performance of a Choral Work
- Best Instrumental Soloist With Orchestra
- Best Classical Performance Instrumental Solo Without Orchestra
- Best Chamber Music Performance
- Best Contemporary Composition
- Best Classical Album
Composing and arranging
- Best Instrumental Composition
- Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or Television
- Best Instrumental Composition Written for a Motion Picture or for Television
- John Barry (composer) for Dances With Wolves
- Best Arrangement on an Instrumental
- Dave Grusin (arranger) for "Medley: Bess You Is My Woman/I Loves You Porgy"
- Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s)
- Best Country Vocal Performance, Female
- Best Country Vocal Performance, Male
- Garth Brooks for Ropin' the Wind
- Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
- The Judds for "Love Can Build a Bridge"
- Best Country Vocal Collaboration
- Best Country Instrumental Performance
- Mark O'Connor for The New Nashville Cats
- Best Country Song
- Best Bluegrass Album
- Best Traditional Folk Album
- Best Contemporary Folk Album
- John Prine for The Missing Years
- Best Pop Gospel Album
- Steven Curtis Chapman for For the Sake of the Call
- Best Rock/Contemporary Gospel Album
- Russ Taff for Under Their Influence
- Best Traditional Soul Gospel Album
- Mighty Clouds of Joy for Pray For Me
- Best Contemporary Soul Gospel Album
- Best Southern Gospel Album
- The Gaither Vocal Band for Homecoming
- Best Gospel Album by Choir or Chorus
- Best Historical Album
- Best Jazz Instrumental Solo
- Stan Getz for "I Remember You"
- Best Jazz Instrumental Performance, Group
- The Oscar Peterson Trio for Saturday Night at the Blue Note
- Best Large Jazz Ensemble Performance
- Dizzy Gillespie for Live at the Royal Festival Hall
- Best Jazz Vocal Performance
- Take 6 for He Is Christmas
- Best Contemporary Jazz Performance
- The Manhattan Transfer for "Sassy"
- Best Latin Pop Album
- Best Tropical Latin Album
- Best Mexican-American Album
- Best Musical Show Album
- Best Music Video, Short Form
- Best Music Video, Long Form
Packaging and notes
- Best Album Package
- Best Album Notes
- Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female
- Bonnie Raitt for "Something to Talk About"
- Best Pop Vocal Performance, Male
- Michael Bolton for "When a Man Loves a Woman"
- Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
- R.E.M. for "Losing My Religion"
- Best Pop Instrumental Performance
Production and engineering
- Best Engineered Recording, Non-Classical
- Best Classical Engineered Recording
- Producer of the Year, (Non Classical)
- Classical Producer of the Year
- Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female
- Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male
- Luther Vandross for Power of Love
- Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
- Boyz II Men for Cooleyhighharmony
- Best Rhythm & Blues Song
- Best Rap Solo Performance
- LL Cool J for "Mama Said Knock You Out"
- Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group
- Best Rock Vocal Performance, Solo
- Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal
- Best Rock Instrumental Performance
- Best Hard Rock Performance with Vocal
- Best Metal Performance with Vocal
- Best Rock Song
Special merit awards
- Lisa Fischer and Patti LaBelle both tied in the category of Best Female R&B Vocal Performance, therefore both won awards.
- Pareles, Jon (26 February 1992). "Cole's 'Unforgettable' Sweeps the Grammys". The New York Times. Retrieved 26 September 2012.
- Campbell, Mary (26 February 1992). "Natalie Cole emotional favorite at Grammys". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved 1 May 2011.
- "1991 Grammy Award Winners". Grammy.com. Retrieved 1 May 2011.